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Biltmore Estate: North End and Stable (page 5 of 7 pages)

Richard Morris Hunt
Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect

The north end


Service Entrance--North Wing/Servants' Wing


The north end of the east facade

The porte-cochere leads to the Stable, a structure at the north end of the building to buffer the house from the winds.

The Stable Courtyard, with brick pavers, and the 12,000 square foot Stable complex

Today shops and a cafe (with tables in the original stalls) occupy the stable.

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